|Genres||Comedy Crime Romance|
|Writers||Warren Duff (screen play)
Damon Runyon (story "The Old Doll's House")
|Cast||Richard Barthelmess Ann Dvorak Helen Chandler Helen Lowell Henry O'Neill Robert Barrat Robert McWade Purnell Pratt Harry Tyler Paul Hurst Arthur Aylesworth Vincent Sherman|
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|Someone shot Angie the Ox around midnight, killing him more than somewhat dead. Word is that rival Lance McGowan is the who in the whodunit, and the gendarmes aim to find a nice chair with straps and high voltage for him. Lance needs a Midnight Alibi. Not by an inside-tip long shot would anyone think wealthy spinster Abigail Ardsley would offer it. Fast on the heels and buffed shoe leather of the adaptations of Damon Runyon's Lady for a Day and Little Miss Marker came this sharp-eared version of the Broadway Bard's The Old Doll House. Richard Barthelmess plays two roles, slick Lance and earnest Robert Anders, the beau seen in Miss Ardley's recall of lost, long-ago love. See it before midnight chimes.|
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